I was thinking about how I would approach this component of the seven principles of Open Communications. Fixed Mobile Convenience is the one aspect of Open Communications that I believe is central to how we operate now and into the future. There are numerous marketing messages out there about the increasingly mobile workforce so I will try not to bore you with more of the same. You may have noted the term Fixed Mobile Convenience vs Convergence. I used convenience because it illustrates the idea that subscribers should have choice especially when it comes to their mobile offerings. Continue Reading...
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